Israel’s firm Helios has signed an agreement with ispace to send their reactor to the Moon in 2023 to prove its in situ oxygen extractor reactor technology works in low-gravity conditions
Astronomers have made the first clear detection of a moon-forming disc around an exoplanet and have even been able to determine it has enough mass to form up to three satellites the size of the Moon.
The new factory represents Lockheed Martin’s “commitment to build sustainable and affordable capabilities for NASA to send astronauts to explore the Moon and eventually Mars,” said Lisa Callahan, the company's vice president
The telescope, that will fly above 99.5 percent of the Earth’s atmosphere, will make its operational debut next April and when deployed should obtain high-resolution images rivalling those of the Hubble Space Telescope.
Blue Origin's New Shepard rocket is good to go for its first crewed suborbital flight say the aerospace company. The flight, scheduled for tomorrow will break records for the oldest and youngest astronaut to reach space
NASA's FY2022 funding bill of $25.04 billion – an increase of $1.77 billion over last year – has been approved by the US House Appropriations Committee today. The agency is also seeking proposals for commercial space station development for use by both NASA payloads and astronauts.
The discovery of phosphine in Venus' skies last year suggested the possibility that microbes were alive in the clouds of this hot, toxic planet. Now a new study by Cornell scientists says the chemical fingerprint of the gas support a different and important scientific find: explosive volcanoes on Earth's "twin"
In response to the rapid growth and growing interest in the ground segment market, leading international consulting and market intelligence firm Euroconsult have released a new report analysing revenue opportunities looking specifically at the Satcom, Earth Observation and Defense sectors.
Its has taken a long time but for the first time, planetary astronomers have seen the entire mechanism of Jupiter's auroras at work – and it could be a process occurring on many other planets too.
An excess amount of methane found in plumes gushing out from Enceladus is consistent either with microbial hydrothermal vent activity, or with processes that don't involve life forms but are different from the ones known to occur on Earth, say scientists involved in a new study